Achieving the Goal of Continued Process Improvement – The Match Game Workshop
September 23, 2015
Quick Center - Room 108
Widener University - Main Campus
600 E. 14th Street
Chester, PA 19013
3V Consulting - Alan Leigh
Does your business process run smoothly from step-to-step without interruptions? Do your transactional processes proceed from end-to-end with no waiting? Does your process operate “on-average”?
The Match Game is an interactive fast-paced workshop of the principles that guide all of our multi-step processes. Based on the classic Eliyahu Goldratt book “The Goal”, it has elements of quality, Theory of Constraints, Six Sigma and Lean woven into it. Despite that, it’s a lot of fun!! Come and join the Philadelphia ABPMP Chapter on September 23rd for an evening of fun!! A great event for those of you who would like to learn and a great event to invite your co-workers that you have been trying to help understand the “process” perspective!
Alan Leigh, President
Al is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt with the experience, skills and flexibility to go beyond the tools and make Lean Six Sigma work for your organization. In addition, Al is an APICS CSCP (Certified Supply Chain Professional), and CFPIM. This powerful combination of problem solving, continuous improvement and supply chain knowledge has been applied to operations, sales and marketing, R&D, HR, Finance and IT in manufacturing industries, educational institutions, research libraries, health care, even fashion. An experienced and credentialed trainer, Al has prepared and delivered Lean Six Sigma training all over the world, as well as APICS supply chain certification training. Al has also led rapid-improvement Kaizen events in the US, Europe, China, and South America. Al has worked with suppliers throughout the world to define value-added improvements in a win-win environment.
Currently engaged with Rutgers University - Camden as a faculty member leading their Lean SIx Sigma effort, including workshops, webinars and certification. Al is a certified Master Instructor by APICS for CPIM and CSCP instruction courses.
Also, Al has experience in leading strategy development and continuous improvement efforts for not-for-profit institutions and healthcare.